ProfileI am an expert trial lawyer, specialising in road traffic law, regulatory and professional discipline matters, and serious crime.
I have a nation-wide client base and undertake work throughout the UK.
I have developed a strong reputation for hard work, immaculate preparation and clear fact management in complex cases; and I am highly regarded by all those who instruct me.
A road traffic specialist, with more than 15 years of experience representing those accused with driving offences, I particularly deal with offences arising from serious road accidents. My wealth of knowledge and skill in this highly specialised area is best demonstrated by my track record of successfully defending drivers charged with causing death and/or catastrophic injury.
I am regularly instructed in professional discipline matters and frequently appear before the Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service.
With a background in regulatory matters, I receive consistent instruction in cases commenced by the General Medical Council; Trading Standards; the Health and Safety Executive; the Environment Agency; and the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (formerly VOSA).
My work includes being routinely instructed in cases arising out of and/or in connection to an inquest before a Coroner, touching on the death. Such instructions are typically in the context of regulatory and road traffic work.
I continue to be instructed in licensing cases, advising on matters for which a licence is required and representing applicants, local authorities and interested parties, at all levels, though committee to Court.
I am frequently asked to represent private client individuals. I have successfully represented professionals in a variety of committee, tribunal and Court forums, including solicitors, accountants, medical professionals, professional sports personalities and high-net-worth individuals; and I am licensed to provide legal advice and representation directly to members of the public.
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